"Dancing Faun," 1722-1724, Pietro Cipriani. Bronze. | This dancing faun is now more precisely identified as a satyr. Satyrs are roguish figures from ancient mythology and literature known for their love of wine, music, and mischief.
'Virgin and Child'. Alessandro Algardi (Italian, Bologna 1598–1654 Rome). Date: ca. 1650, Rome. Bronze, silvered and gilt; black/blue marble. 44.5 x 28.3 x 14.8 cm. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY-